Austin, TX – May 10, 2021 – Cameron Lawrence, sportscar racing champion, is transforming Reaume Brothers Racing’s No.33 Chevrolet Silverado into a firetruck for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ upcoming event at Circuit of the Americas. Frontline workers give their time and energy to keeping communities healthy and safe; meanwhile, putting themselves at risk every day. Lawrence’s unique paint scheme recognizes frontline workers and first responders for their dedication to their communities, especially during a global pandemic.
Lawrence will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut with Reaume Brothers Racing in the No.33 Chevrolet Silverado at Circuit of the Americas. Three veteran-owned companies, Texas Mobile Radiology, Impact Health Labs and Front Line Mobile Health, have joined forces to spearhead Lawrence’s Camping World Truck Series entry. Fullbay, a cloud-based software that supports and manages commercial vehicle repair shop businesses, has partnered with Lawrence as a co-sponsor.
Texas Mobile Radiology, Impact Health Labs and Front Line Mobile Health each provide healthcare services and medical care to public safety professionals, including fire, law enforcement and emergency medical services. Each built by a core team of former military medical providers, the companies have a unique background that enables them to respond to and connect with patients through shared experience. NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ event at Circuit of the Americas is an opportunity for Texas Mobile Radiology, Impact Health Labs and Front Line Mobile Health to recognize frontline workers and first responders.
Fullbay joins Texas Mobile Radiology, Impact Health Labs and Front Line Mobile Health in recognizing essential workers. Fullbay is a repair shop management platform that enables shops to receive repair requests, invoice customers and everything in-between. Dedicated to giving back to the essential workers of heavy-duty repair, Fullbay Cares supports industry-specific charitable organizations. Throughout the last year, Fullbay has mobilized to assist those facing slowdowns and hardships due to COVID-19 with generous donations to many important causes.
“I’m thrilled to make my debut in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at my home track, Circuit of the Americas, with the support of my partners, Texas Mobile Radiology, Impact Health Labs, Front Line Mobile Health and Fullbay,” said Lawrence. “My professional career has provided me with a unique platform to raise awareness for incredible causes. I’m honored to recognize the hard work and dedication of frontline workers and first responders – especially after a challenging year for these essential workers – on the No.33 Chevrolet Silverado. I’m also incredibly excited to raise awareness for the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST). FAST is working tirelessly to create meaningful change for individuals living with Angelman syndrome. I hope that this platform will raise awareness and additional resources to fund future research and advancements for the Angelman community.”
Lawrence will also utilize his NASCAR debut to raise awareness for the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST). Through the support of Ryan and Annie Jacob, Lawrence has selected FAST as his preferred non-profit for this event. FAST is dedicated to finding a cure for Angelman syndrome and related disorders by funding a robust and aggressive research agenda. Angelman syndrome is a rare, neurogenetic disorder caused by loss-of-function of the maternally inherited allele of the UBE3A gene. Reaume Brothers Racing continues to align with like-minded charities and non-profit organizations by providing their partners and drivers with the platform to recognize noteworthy causes.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Circuit of the Americas will take place from May 21 – May 22, 2021. For additional event information, visit https://www.nascaratcota.com/tickets/.